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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with knightly:

2 syllables:
might lie,
white lie,
light by,
light they,
might by,
might die,
might see,
might they,
might try,
night by,
night they,
quite by,
right by,
right knee,
site by,
spike lee,
write my,
might lease,
might leave,
might roughly,
quite leave,
quite roughly,
tight leash,
white league,
white tie,
died by,
dried by,
glide by,
hide my,
side by,
side they,
slide by,
tried by,
wide by,
clive dewey,
crime by,
drive by,
eyes by,
file by,
fly worry,
give my,
give thee,
give very,
hive bee,
life by,
life sci,
life they,
like my,
like they,
line by,
live by,
price by,
price they,
rise by,
sind die,
sine die,
size by,
strike by,
style by,
time by,
time they,
type by,
type vi,
while by,
while my,
while they,
wife by,
wine whey,
bright beauty,
bright piece,
bright scene,
bright sheen,
buy my,
eye by,
eye fi


3 syllables:
abide by,
aside by,
divide by,
supplied by,
alive by,
briefly three,
chiefly three,
design by,
empire by,
forgive my,
aside roughly,
divide roughly,
provide roughly,
briefly treat,
chiefly by,
city by,
delight these,
desire leave,
empire league,
equine leech,
excite these


4 syllables:
signified by,
families by,
expedite these,
families leave


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See knightly used in context: 2 rhymes, 5 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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